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    Loving Skyports

    I just bought skyports (within the last fortnight). Im heaps stoked with them. Really easy to use. So many possibilities. Not having any probs at all.

    Here are some examples http://adamrose.wordpress.com/2009/0...s-and-dragons/ (sorry for all the extra info, just scroll to the pics)

    For anyone interested these two pics were taken using a 580, skyport and canon set up. You can tell the direction of flash with the shadows on the dragon. Both of these shots would either have been average or not taken at all with out off camera flash.

    If you look at the exif. Youll notice that I had low shutter speeds even when under exposing the ambient 1-2 stops as well as high ISO. Again Im super happy with the 30ds ISO performance.

    Anyone tossing up buying buying skyports. They have my full approval.
    Using a 7d or a s95
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    http://adamrose.wordpress.com/ [/CENTER]

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    Great photos mate. Congrats on your upcoming wedding too and all the best for it.
    Michael.

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    Cheers. Forgot what else was on there =]

    The pics wouldnt have happened without off camera

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    A pair of great dragon shots Adam the lighting does look very natural. The skyports are on my wish list both for studio flash work and off camera speedlight work.

    Dollars are the only obstacle.
    Andrew
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